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They say that Art is in the eye of the beholder and that it’s of personal taste like perfume or music. Personally I find modern art hard to compute it leaves me cold. But there are two artists that … Continue reading
Following on from my last post I thought I would write about another amazing character from history who also suffered from mental health problems. We all know someone who is a workaholic, a bit of a control freak and … Continue reading